Photo By: Olivia Strohm

Photo By: Olivia Strohm

Hello!

I'm sure you already can guess, I am Elisenda (ella-send-uh). But most people call me Senda.

+ I am a believer in Christ. He has given me so much hope & joy, that I could never found anywhere else! The entire reason I love light, is because of Him.

+ Photography has been a part of my life since I was little. My parents used to take us traveling all over and gave each of us a film camera to record those memories. Since then, photography is something God has used to grow me as a person and creative. 

+ I currently live along California's beautiful coast, with my husband Andrew & sweeeet boy Kai Samuel. I love being a momma. I feel it has opened my eyes to another beautiful side of life, that I never thought I would be apart of! 

 + I don't really enjoy posing people. I love when we are comfortable enough to laugh in front of each other, maybe even cry. When you just do your thing, and I do mine (while I give you little suggestions here & there). Whether that's you running around to keep your little from eating something they shouldn't, kissing your spouses forehead for the millionth time that day, or those little gestures on your big day. I want to be there to capture it all. To tag along on your adventure, and help you remember those moments.

Education:

B.A. CSUSB - Studio Art. Concentration in photography.

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OTHER FUN FACTS:

+ I love lists! They keep me sane. 
+ My taste in music ranges from Maylene and the Sons of Disaster/Sleeping Giant/Underoath to Sleeping At Last/Agnes Obel to Enya/Movie Soundtracks.
+ FOOD. I am what my mom calls a "grazer". I snack a lot. I will eat something and be hungry an hour later. 
+ I am a terrible movie watcher. I will read the plot before I watch it.
+ I have a tough time making decisions. Except choosing to marry Andrew. Best decision everrrr. 
+ I hiked half way up Half Dome then I realized I DO hate heights.